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Animal Doc on Capitol Hill

A documentary about pig factory farming hosts a screening and discussion on Capitol Hill today.

The director of Pig Business, a documentary about industrial pig farming, is teaming up with the Center for Food Safety to co-host a screening and panel discussion in Washington, DC today. Director Tracy Worcester will join vegan Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and others to raise awareness about the harms that industrial pig farming imposes upon humans, animals, and the environment, and strengthen the movement aimed at ending Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs). Worcester believes new legislation and awareness will help take food production out of the hands of corporate interests and back into the hands of farmers.

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